Saturday, November 06, 2010

Beverly Giesbrecht's public life.

Beverly Giesbrecht's public life.


http://nodhimmitude.blogspot.com/2010/11/beverly-giesbrecht-reported-dead-there.html

http://nodhimmitude.blogspot.com/2010/09/did-anyone-see-beverly-giesbrecht-at.html

http://nodhimmitude.blogspot.com/2009/04/sympathy-for-west-van-jihadi-running.html

http://nodhimmitude.blogspot.com/2009/03/heads-or-tales-fifty-to-one.html

http://www.jihadwatch.org/2010/11/convert-to-islam-founder-of-pro-jihad-website-dies-in-taliban-captivity.html

3 comments:

Steve Miller, Writer of Stuff said...

Sounds like she lived and died exactly like she wanted to.

The world is a far better place without her.

Dag said...

She's a good negative example of what not to do in life, extended far beyond Islam, of course. Tony Blair's sister-in-law is in the news for converting to Islam. The difference between these two women is that in the apple of the world, Blair's relative is too big a worm to bite in half. Others might look more closely at living dangerously.

When we go out and meet this middle aged idiots who go on about Islam, we can bring up the case of Giesbrecht. Maybe it will help a bit. I'm a "helping" kind of guy. At least this day.

Dag said...

Steve, if we ever meet, let me know in advance so I can put on a tie as well. I like dressing up a bit. It makes me feel good.

The photographer Walker Evans worked during the Depression capturing images of people in America as they tried to live a life of some dignity in spite of poverty. What I notice is the values they retained, such as men in bread lines, all of them dressed in suits and wearing ties. That is some statement of manhood, I think.